College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 1987.
First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. xiv, 160 pp. Signed by author with short inscription on half-title. Minimal wear to edges, book store label affixed to rear pastedown; else fine. Dust jacket shows very light shelf wear. "When artist Everett Jackson and his young wife, Eileen, crossed the border from Mexico in 1927 after he had painted there for four years, they realized that Mexico had bewitched them. Never again would they see life quite the same way as the Americans around them, and never would they be able to stay out of Mexico for more than a few months at a time" (dust jacket).